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Akademik Sergey Vavilov


About the Ship:

Designed for polar research, the Akademik Sergey Vavilov, also known as the One Ocean Voyager is modern, comfortable, safe and ice-strengthened. From small group sessions to briefings for all passengers, the public spaces onboard the ship ideally suited for each and every need. The One Ocean Voyager also boasts a separate bar and lounge located on deck 6, with expansive 180-degree views, and a library. Both the library and the bar provide ideal places to sit, relax, and catch up on some reading. However, the cruises the Akademik Sergey Vavilov runs are so full of incredible sights and activities, you probably won't want to spend too much time in the bar. The Akademik Sergey Vavilov is such a dynamic, popular polar cruise ship that you will find it in both our Antartic cruises and our Arctic cruises!

Enjoy the sumptuous meals prepared for you by the culinary team in the dining room — which can host all passengers and crew in a single seating with ample room left over. Other facilities include the theatre-style presentation room, gift-shop, fitness room, massage room, hot water spa, sauna, and salt-water plunge pool. While most people who embark on an expedition cruise aren't going in pursuit of luxury, there are more than enough luxurious features to enjoy! Keep an eye on our polar cruise deals if you'd like to snap up a last-minute or early-bird offer on an Akademik Sergey Vavilov cruise! And please get in touch if you have any questions. Read below for a more in-depth breakdown of the One Ocean Voyager's details and features.

 

Ship Info:

Built: 1989, Rauma, Finland
Length: 117 meters
Breadth: 18.2 meters
Draft: 6.0 meters
Propulsion: twin engine, 5,000Kw diesel, twin propeller
Cruising Speed: 13 knots open water
Staff & Crew: 63
Guests: 96

Akademik Sergey Vavilov Ship Deck.


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